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There are no stupid questions – Part 3

Does Solid Surface need to be specially sealed?

Unlike natural stone, marble, concrete or granite, Solid Surface does not need to be sealed as it is a non-porous, stain resistant material. This makes an attractive, low maintenance, surface choice.

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What do you mean by a template or survey?

A template/ survey is when we come and site measure the area where the fabricated items (worktops, reception desks etc) are going to be situated. It is at this point that we note down wall/floor tolerances, cutouts, positions of hobs/monitors etc to make sure that the finished item/s fit correctly into the allocated space. Generally all of our templating services are completed using digital techniques – meaning complete accuracy including tolerance. You will be provided with approval drawings following this service.

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Can can I have a quote over the phone?

We prefer not to offer a price over the phone as there can be too many variables when quoting a bespoke Solid Surface item. We would normally request a drawing, not matter how rough it is, so that we can be sure that our interpretation meets your requirements. We endeavour to turn prices around as promptly as possible. If your item is simple in terms of detail, or you are pressed for time, we will always try to assist in getting you a cost as soon as possible! We appreciate how time-sensitive this information can be for projects!

For more information please take a look at our website, www.bsfsolidsurfaces.com where you can see projects we have been involved with and the materials we offer.

These include Corian, Hi Macs, Staron, Hanex, Durat, Avonite and Tristone as well as the other major brands of Solid Surface, all of which we are pleased to include in our portfolio of materials.

If you are interested in talking to us about your projects, or need some advice, literature or samples, please get in touch with us on 01277 263603 or drop us a line to [email protected].

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